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24 Brighton, MA Man


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  • Ages 18–42
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5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body type
Working on university
Has cats
English (Fluently), Ancient Greek, Latin, Japanese (Okay)

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My self-summary
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***California in May–June 2015.***

Misanthropes unite!

I'm a recovering classicist. On leave from college till next year. I’m looking forward to finally getting that coveted slip of paper, the license to call myself ‘A.B.’, and being done with the whole sordid affair. Till then, I’ve left myself to my own devices, and am enjoying a life of hedonism and sloth.

Crossfit: totally addicted. Now that I'm no longer in school, it's the single thing that takes up the biggest chunk of my time.

I cook real food for myself; I go barefoot and shun close-toed shoes; I ride public transportation, and I ambulate.

Cuddling is the best. I hope you agree. Why is our culture so afraid of body contact?

When I'm with someone, I'm perfectly content to just let time pass for a while without words. This makes some people uncomfortable.

I'm from Oakland originally, and sometimes I do feel culturally Californian more than East-Coaster. I usually spend a couple months out of the year visiting the Bay Area.


Once I walked 12 miles through Wisconsin farmland for a day-trip and got bitten by a farmdog.

Polyamory is my default mode. I sense, though, that might be willing to try monogamy if I was really head-over-heels smitten.

Zaphod Beeblebrox's diffident nemesis.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Classics, belles-lettres, mind. Secularism. I want to teach and that's going to be my profession, probably. Academia is all well and good, but I have notsomuch interest in abstruse scholarship divorced from teaching.

I sing! Choral music makes the world go round, but a cappella is doopsie.

Crossfit. Always working on growing stronger, healthier, happier, bigger, and more beautiful. Right now I'd describe myself as "burly"; lifetime goal (fantasy?) is "mountain".
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Dead languages. I also have a pretty good falsetto.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Beard. Beard beard beard. Bread. Berad. Brade. Bræd. Brdea rebad drabe abedr

UPDATE August 2014: The beard is gone :(

UPDATE UPDATE early 2015: The beard is back :)}

Also, I talk too fast. On the rare occasions when I do talk.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Now reading: Borges! Augustine! Steven Erikson! John Boswell, ‘Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality’, was a good read. Forever slowly working my way through Shakespeare's œuvre (Henry V is delicious!). Neal Stephenson kicks ass, though ‘Reamde’ was a slight disappointment. ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ shaped me in my tender formative years. My favorite play, ever, may well be Love's Labour's Lost.

Middlemarch. Oh baby.

I’ve never read a book on anything but paper, and I probably never will.

Movies: black-and-white classics (Katharine Hepburn = goddess; ‘Witness for the Prosecution’, ‘Casablanca’, ‘Bringing Up Baby’, etc.); CLUE; science fiction. —Shows: 30 Rock, Battlestar Galactica. Doctor Who, Torchwood. Futurama. Archer, Bob’s Burgers. Orange Is the New Black, House of Cards, Parks and Rec. Twin Peaks, Fawlty Towers.
Oh yeah, and Daria! Daria is definitely my rôle model.

When it comes to popular music of the past 50 years, I have a startling cultural illiteracy. Probe me about it sometime, you'll be impressed by how little I know. On the other hand, super-old music enthralls me. Renaissance polyphony, Mozart’s symphonies, Beethoven’s late string quartets, and Bach’s organ works are among my casual obsessions. (I’m an enthusiast, but not really an aficionado.)

Food: spicy. I pretend to eat paleo, except I don't really think it's useful to apply it dogmatically, and I don't entertain any illusions that I'll ever give up toast. Or quinoa. Or beer.

I play PC games too, sometimes. Games are the most exciting burgeoning new medium of art to arise in our time. FTL and other cool indie stuff. Europa Universalis IV, Crusader Kings II. Infocom text adventures. Fallen London junkie.

I’ve never built my own PC but I want to. I think I will as soon as I have a little spare cash.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
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I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
the nature of the self. The viability of a nontheistic objective morality. Prosody of dead languages. Meat. Typography! I *always* use en and em dashes correctly. And it's not a useless skill either: you wouldn't believe the money to be had in proofreading.

How much muscle I need to put on before I qualify to list myself as "Jacked" on OKCupid. ;)
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Despite my interest in working out, I’m not sporty at all; I’m not exactly clumsy, but I have oddly poor body awareness, and I can't dance for shit.

I have congenital oligodontia. (And I like fancy polysyllabic Graeco-Latinate words for things, too!)

Also, I have a cute little birthmark on my thigh. And a sacral dimple. (TMI?)

Sometimes when I look at a person's face I see their skull and get really weirded out.
You should message me if
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You think I seem like an oddball in an intriguing way rather than an off-putting way (there is clearly no middle option!). If you like to cuddle. If you're open-minded, open-hearted, and mellow.

It unsettles me when people give their smiley faces a "nose" (like this: :-) *shudder*). Like, let there be no interstice between thy smiley face’s colon and thy smiley face’s right parenthesis, just as the lord thy god of smiley faces intended.